THE BEST AUTUMN SUN DESTINATIONS
For numerous reasons, Autumn is a fantastic time to travel. What’s not to love about tranquil resorts, lovely weather, and great prices? If you’re thinking about taking a trip this fall but aren’t sure where to go, keep reading because we’re about to walk you through our favorite fall sun destinations.
The weather in Greece creates the most idyllic setting for an Autumn vacation: The landscapes are sweetened by the autumn sun, the seas remain warm for swimming, the resorts are peaceful with people and the land gives its most precious fruits. The autumn, howеver, may turn оut to be a goоd rеason to visit plаces awaу frоm the sеаside, plaсes wе never manаgе to combine with оur beach holiday or just plасеs which are tоo crowded during thе high seasоn. There are many suggestions such as Meteora, Kamena Vourla, Hydra or even Crete or Rhodes which are beautiful all season.
Who hasn’t heard of world-famous destinations such as Mallorca? The busy Spanish summers can be oppressively hot, with temperatures rising beyond 40°C, while the cool break of autumn is welcomed. Enjoy the gorgeous Spanish architecture, the balmy Balearic island beaches, and the mostly deserted streets. The country celebrates its most important national holiday, Día de la Hispanidad, or Spanish National Day on the 12th of October. There are parades and celebrations throughout the country and historic Spain landmarks to visit, such as Andalucia, Barcelona, Madrid.
Italy is stunning year-round, but it’s even more beautiful when the crowds thin out and the heat persists. From the lush vineyards of Tuscany to the shimmering Amalfi Coast or the green valleys of the Alps, Italy has an array of gorgeous regions, towns and islands where you can take in the stunning scenery and make the most of the autumn season, such as Umbria, Sardinia and Sicily. You can enjoy an opera at the Teatro Massimo, you can live like a local and enjoy some native food at a lively taverna or plan your trip around one of the food festivals, including Funghi Festival and Chocomodica, you can climb Mount Etna, Europe’s largest and most active volcano or you can enjoy sublime sands on Mondello beach.
Cyprus, one of the warmest spots in Europe in October. It has a long history that includes contact with the ancient Greeks, the Romans, and several other historical civilizations. Even while many of the island’s towns and cities, like Paphos and Larnaca, are rich in history, the island is known today as a popular destination for tourists because of its pristine, sun-drenched beaches, healthy Mediterranean lifestyle, and stunning natural surroundings (such the Troodos Mountains) and dozens of villages (including Omodos and Lefkara) where visitors can experience well-preserved Cypriot traditions, cuisine and culture.